Friday, May 13, 2016

REVIEW: Blinding Beauty by Brittany Fichter

I received an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review.

Book Blurb: Beauty might have married the Beast, but vows never promised anyone a simple life, least of all, the king and queen of Destin.

It has been only five months since their wedding, but Ever and Isa are already being torn apart. Duty to the kingdom keeps Ever occupied, while Isa struggles to master the Fortress's mysterious fire. So when the young couple is invited to an ally's betrothal ceremony, they go in hopes of enjoying the honeymoon they never had.

Upon arrival, however, something is sorely amiss. A glass hill, an ancient enchanter, and the mysterious tribute paid to Isa's younger brother, Launce, quickly dash their hopes of rest, and it's not long before Ever and Isa must fight to protect the Fortress, their neighbors, and even the very love that binds them.

My Review: This book is the sequel to Before Beauty and it was just as interesting. I enjoyed how this book showed an interest in Isa's brother Launce and I enjoyed his sort of romance with Olivia but I would have liked to see less of his storyline. I get that his story was important to the plot but I wanted to see more of Isa and Ever. Some of their problems could have been avoided if they had just talked to each other.  This book did lag in some places to me but it was still a compelling read and it's a great second book in the Becoming Beauty trilogy.

Rating: ★★★★☆

This book is now available for pre-order and will come out on May 19th, 2016.


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